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Blended Beauty Products Meet Multi-racial Needs

February 6, 2008

Blended Beauty Products Meet Multi-racial Needs

Blended Beauty Products Meet Multi-racial Needs

Blended Beauty hair care products were designed specifically for the needs of those with dry, wavy, curly, kinky and relaxed or heat-straightened hair. The products are salon tested for superior multiracial hair care. Each product is at least 98% naturally derived and phosphate free. The focus of the line is on moisturizing and increasing the heath of hair, while still providing styling effects, without drying out the hair. More info:

Azure’s Age-Defying Hydropeptide Serum

This age-defying product lifts and firms skin, while peptides and antioxidants improve elasticity and visibly reduce expression and wrinkle lines. Stimulate and regenerate collagen, elastin, blood vessels, and new skin cell production with
Azure’s Hydropeptide Serum.
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KaplanMD Intensive Eye Cream

This nourishing emulsion replenishes, restores and firms delicate skin around the eyes. It inhibits collagen breakdown, increasing elasticity to help minimize fine lines and wrinkles. Nutrient rich avocado oil provides exceptional hydration, while shiitake mushroom extracts protect the extracellular matrix around the eyes for firmer, more youthful looking skin. More info:

Jane Iredale Eye Glosses Impart Rich Color

Smooth and luscious, these long-lasting eye colors deliver true, rich shades that won’t crease or smear. Jane Iredale eye glosses are available in Champagne Silk, Brown Silk, Green Silk, Mauve Silk, Grey Silk and Wine Silk. These weightless, easy-to-blend shades give eyes a pearlescent finish that makes them look and feel as though they’re draped in silk. More info:
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